orange saddles are indeed hard to come by! i just scored another identical flite recently, so i have a spare. always on the lookout. thanks to rock shox for the multi-colored decals included with the new SIDs (orange, as well as pink/green/red), and thanks to you for the kind words about the bike...until recently my only XC bike, and still the favourite unless the terrain is brutal.
...tend to use a layback post to enable a shorter stem to be used...
according to my fit guru, it all starts with the relationship between saddle and bottom bracket. you get that set and then adjust horizontal length either with the frame (TT length) or stem. admittedly, i could use more TT and less stem...but that's a bit harder to change! a bigger frame is one possibility, but then the standover becomes a challenge for my stumpy legs. only other option is custom. joe murray designs them pretty long and low to begin with, so kona/voodoo fit me better than most.
which is also to say that i can't just slam the saddle back, or go to a setback post, to increase the horizontal reach. puts me way too far behind the BB. setback posts are for long femurs, which mine are decidedly not!